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T Hi: UtMOCRAT; You want mone we wan'
butter and eggs and pay the
hitjhjst price for them.
Shakp & Don ley.
W. .1. ROUttE, Editor.
It. F. BIX SON, City Editor.
IKRMS
$1.00
Pl-K VhAR
laterse itin postofleeM Mowm city,
as servind-rlasa matter.
Mo
Alexis Melson, formerly with
the J. J. Rogers department
I stor, can now be found at H.
Li y's department store. He
made the change Thursday
TEI I PHOM ISO. U i morning.
THURSDAY. MARCH 27, 100S
ANNOUNCEjMENTS.
FOR COLLECTOR.
Vr it re authorised to announce
NATHAN 1'. RODOER9 as a candi
date lor Collector f Monroe County,
abject to th" primary election!
We are authorized t announce
THo:.s. i. yatks as a candidate
for Collector f Monroe County, sub
toot t the primary election.
We ati authorised u announce H.
CLAY BAKER a- a candidate for
Collector ol Monroe County, subject
to the primary e eotlon.
We are authorized to announce DR.
VV H. II. ci:ov as a candidate for re
election a Collector of Monroe
Countv, subject to tin- primary elec
tion. March 29, 1002,
FOR Presiding Judge.
We are authorized to annonnot
jas. S.ALLEN n a candidate for
Presiding Judge of Monroe County,
subject to the primary election.
We are authorized to announce J.
O.ADAMS us a candidate for Pre
idlntl .lailne of Monroe County, sub
ject to the primary election.
FOR I'ROBATL JLDGE.
We are authorised to announce
T. T. Homes as a candidate for Pro
bate Judire of Monroe County, sub
ject to primary election.
We are authorized to announce
JAMES M . CRUTCHER as a can
didate for Probate Judge of Monroe
County, subject to the primary elec
tion. We are authorized to announce R.
L. WOODSON tis a candidate for
Probate Judge of Monroe County
Ubject to the primary election.
We are authorized to announce
Ci, W. FA RRELL as a candidate for
Probate Judge Of Monroe County,
subject to the primary election.
We are authorised to annouoe J.
R. REYNOLDS as a candidate for
'robate -Judge, of Monroe County,
bubjeel te the primary election.
FOR TREASURER.
We are Authorized to anm. a nee Wm.
M. METEER us a candidate for re
election as Treasurer Of Monroe
County, subject to the primary elec
tion. FOR SHERIFF.
We arc authorized to announce
JOHN W. BURTON as a candidate
for Sheriff of Monroe County, sub
ject to the primary election.
We are authorized to announce ,
N. MELSON as a candidate for Sher
iff of Monroe County, subject to the
primary election.
We are authorised to aonuunce J.
T. WOODEN as a candidate for
Sheriff of Monroe County, subject to
,primary election.
We are authorized to announce.!.
MARTIN CLARK as a candidate for
Sheriff of Monroe County, subject to
ithe primary election.
We are authorized to announce F.
MARION NOLEN as a candidate for
Sheriff of Monroe County, subject to
Jthc primary election.
F0RC01NTY CLERK.
"We nre authorized to announce
O. T. Guthrie as a candidate for re
election as County Clerk of Monroe
County, subject to the primary elec
tion. We are authorized to announce J,
If j MAO RUDER as a cancidate for
Cdunty Clerk, of Monroe County,
'resjojeet to the Democratic primary
election.
For Circuit Clerk.
We are authorized to announce J.
F. SMOCK as a candidate for re
election as Circuit Clerk of Monroe
CQunty, subject to the primary elec
tion.
We are authorized to announce
JAMES H. HILL as a candidate for
Circuit Clerk of Monroe County, sub
ject to the primary election.
FOR JUDGE EASTERN DISTRICT.
We are authorized to announce H.
J. CLAPPER as a condidate for re
elactiou as Jude of the Eastern Dis
trict of Monroe County, subject the
primary election.
FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce
rVnk W. McALLISTER as a caB
aJidate for re-election as Prosecuting
Attorney of Monroe County, subject
Mluc M m ti cicviiyu.
We are authorized to announce
xs P. Boyd as a candidate for
seeutinfir Attorney of Monroe
nty subject to tne primary election.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
We are authorized to announce
JAMEs H. WHITECOTTON asacan
Aidate for Representative subject to
tsis primary election.
Miss Mary Landers returned
'Thursday morning from a two
wr .
W Y OI K.
J. W. Dulauey and family,
have moved to this city from
Green Lawn, Mo., and now re
side in the Piersol property
near t lie Catholic school. Mr.
Dulauey was formerly a
resident of this cltv,
You wonder how your neigh
bor keeps her house so clean
hnd shining, and yet appears
to do so little work. Go with
her to the grocers when she
buys soap, and that will solve
the mystery. Self WASHING
SOAP saves time, saves work,
saves money. At your grocers.
Why pay for wind to make
soap float? Why pay for resin
to make bulk? Why not save
the expense of a washerwoman
by getting a soap that will do
her worn. MAPLE ClTY SEEF -
Washing SoAPisal) soap, made
from Packers Prime Tallow and
Cocoanut Oil, with no adultera
tion. It will save you money
in the end. Your grocer is
waiting to sell it to you.
Rural routes means in the end
good roads. That's the logical
outcome and both should be
pushed. Monroe county needs
nothing so badly as roads and
bridges. It is the poorest
bridged county in North Mis
souri. With the routes already
petitioned for in operation, and
their benefits made evident to
the people, others will be ap
plied for. As a result there
will be an added determination
to put roads in shape and build
the bridges necessary to their
establishment. Mercury.
You have good reason to fear an attack o
pneumonia, when you have a severe cold, acs
cmnpanted by pains in the chest or in tin
back between the shoulders, tiet a bottle qe
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and useitsao
directed and it will prevent ;the threatened -,-o
Uck. jmong the tens of thousands w
hare used this Remedy for colds and lagrippts
we have yet to learn of a singe case that haf
resnlted In pneumonia, which shows that thi
Remedylis a certain preventive of tha
dangerous disease. For sale by Wood a Um
stand
Heavy Loss.
Nobody would give more than
$3,131,406, and with admirable
business sagacity, tbev were
closed out. Globe Demo:rat.
That is what the G D has to
say about the Republican deal
in 1868 when it sold 131,000.000
worth of railroads for the in
significant sum of $0,131,496 and
in so doing lost for keeps Jfor
the state, in round numbers
5,000.000 and then has the
gall to call it "business sagaci-
ty."
What Is The Word?
'What is the real good?"
I asked in musing- mood,
Order, said the law court:
Knowledge, said the school:
Truth, said the wise 'man:
Pleasure, said the look'
Love, said the maiden:
Beauty, said the page:
Freedom, said the dreamer;
Home, said the sage:
Fame, said the soldier;
Equity, the seer
Spake my heart full sadly;
'The answer is not here,
Then within my bosom
Softly this I heard:
'Each man holds the secret;
Kindness is the word-' "
John Boyle O'Reilly.
JMO
5"l
OJUD
Homeseekeer's Excursions.
The M. K. and T. will sell
Home Seekers tickets on the
first and third Tuesdays of each,
month until further notice at
one fare plus 2.00 for round
trip to all points in Mo., Kan.,
Oklahoma and Texas where
one way rate is $7.00 or more.
For further information see E.
B. Spahr, local ticket agent.
Wants a Wife.
The following was clipped
from a matrimonial journal and
handed to us: "Parmer's son,
23 years old, 69 inches high,
weight 150 pounds; brown hair,
gray eyes. Catholic, jolly, good
natured deposition, love music
and a cood time: can nlav the
violin. Want a nice sweetheart I
for a wife; now all please write.
J. W. C., box 37, Indian Creek,
Mo." Monroe county girls should
not miss this opportunity.
Stoutsville Banner.
Unless Tipton is setting a up
job on some one. well, the Indian
Creek girls ouerht to take
Farmers son" to the town
pump and duck him. The girls
of Indian Creek have cheeks
like the famed Missouri apples,
teeth like pearls, eyes like twin
stars, forms like that of Venus,
minds that are practical and
educated. What more could a
man ask for? But then maybe
the poor devil has been turned
down by the girls and he is
forced to get some one that
does not know him.
Theodore Sullivan, a Palmy-
ra realestate man, was in the
j tty Thursday.
In writing up the Frank D.
Proctor farm last week we
stated that there was 20 acres.
It should have read 350 acres.
Week before last the Demo
cuat had something to say
about a muddy crossing where
Vine and Summer stsjeross Last
Thurs ay the Street Commis
sioner put in a good stone cross
ing at that point ie north side
of Summer where it crosses
Vine Good.
Has Come.
Spring time has come, Gentle
Annie, but it is not Gentle
Annie's business to clean up the
allies In the interest of neat
ness and good health they
ought to lie cleaned up now,
not after awhile or after the
spring rains and hot sunshine
makes them offensive. An ounce
of preventative is worth a pound
of cure.
Railroad Time Tables.
lurlington Route.
All Train Onlly Krrrpt M Otherwise Noted.
Dally
Kxcept
Sunday.
Train
No. I
MONROE CITY TRAIN 8E11VICE.
Arrive.
16
lfi .
56
"6 .
6 .
.
92.
GOING WEST.
For Kansas City, St. Joseph Omaha Nebraska, Colorado, I'aclfleCoast,
from fit. Louis anil Hannibal
Tho Burlington-Northern Pacific Express for Northwest Nebraska.
Black Hills. Wyoming, Montana. Washington, l'uget Sound, Port
lam! from St. Louis ... ...
For Kansas City. St Joe, Kansas ami west from Chicago and Qulncy
.Local Passenger to Missouri River and west, from east
Nebraska, Colorauo Express, to St Joseph and west from the east
,Way Freight
GOING EAST.
To Hannibal. St Louis and east from west
To Quincy, Chicago, Peoria and east St. L K. !c N. W
I Local Passenger for Hannibal and St :,oiils
i Local Passenger for Quiney, Peoria Chicago, St. L. K . A N. W. points ...
Local Passenger to Hannibal. St. Louis Illinois, Chicago, Peoria, St. L.
K a N. W. points
. Way Freight
J. Is. LYON, Agent.
1:00 a m
1:02 p m
li&l a m
8:52 a in
rt. Hp m
10: 10a m
:t:14 a m
IBM a m
9:17 a m
;:I7 a m
2::19 p m
1:35 p m
Missouri, Kansas & Texas.
No 15
21
TRAINS SOUTH.
Passenger Flyer 11:03 p nvNo
Accommodation 11:38 a m
Buffalo to Kansas City Flyer, 4:45 p m
TRAINS NOKrH.
Accommodation.
'Loral Freight .
16 Passenger Fiver 4:55 a m
22 Passenger 2:57 p m
8 Kansas. City to Buffalo Fiver.. 10:48 p m
84' Accommodation
''52 Local Freight
I
E. B. SPAHR, Agent.
9: .Vt p m
8:15 a m
5:18 a m
6:15 p m
Wabash at Moberly, Mo.
K0 10 St. Louis Accom..
12IK.C. A.St. L ....
2 Eastern Express. . .
6, Mail and Express
TRAINS EAST.
6.00 a m No. 8
l:50p ml 4
.'mi p m 14
9:30 pro 64
I 701
TRAINS WEST.
No 21 'Kansas City Accom.
is'st. L, & K. C
I 5:15 a mjNo. 9
2:40 p m 1
1:45 p d 7
71
Buffalo Mall via Ban.)....
Atlantic Express
Omaha Express
Local Freight
Local Freight
Fast Mail
Omaha ExpresB.
Pacific Express.
Local Freight
DES MOINES & OTTUMWA BRANCH.
TRAINS NORTH. j TRAINS SOUTH,
"aclfle EzDress 1'40 a m So- 4 Atlantic Exp ...
No, 31 Western Express 2:00 p ml vEastern Express
Ill, .... ....... ..)! u lilt ' 'i '' " a i ' 1 1 m , 1 1 . ,,
71iLocal Frcig
9:30 p m
1:50 a m
2:50 a m
6:20 p m
5:00 a m
6:25 p m
11:30 p m
2:50 a m
8:15 a m
1:55 a m
12:05 p m
P ,
H. E. WATTS, Pass, and Ticket Agt.
Ref le ctions of a Bachelor.
A man isn't a man who won't
admit that the reason his wife
loses roost of her friends is be
cause he doesn't like them.
If any other woman talked
about the man a girl is engaged
to the way she does, she would
never forgive her with her dy
ing breath
It's a mighty rare woman
who can't manage to put a
chair in the bedroom where her
husband is sure to knock into
it when he gets up in the dark.
It is hard to say which is the
bigger fool the man who al
ways gets fooled by a woman or
a woman who always fools her
self into believing that she
fools the man.
All a man has to do to make
a girl think she is having a des
perate flirtation with him is to
ask her what he ought to do to
show women his ideas are dif
ferent from other men's.
The modesty that a man has
is only bashfulness in a woman.
Kisses are like mushrooms;
they all look alike, but some of
them aren't.
The average girl judges a
novel by whether it is nicest to
read in a hammock or in bed.
A "womanly" man is probab
ly one that doesn't like a sponge
as well as be does a washrag.
You can make , any woman
like you by being gentle with
her, but you have to be a brute
o make her love you much.
New York Press.
Cheap, One Way Rates!
TO ALL CALIFORNIA POINTS
ALSO LOW ONE WAY RATES
TO MINNESOTA AMD NORTH
DAKOTA, VIA
THE WABASH ROUTE
DURING THE MONTHS OF
MARCH AND APRIL.
For full information in re
gard to rates, routes, etc., ap
ply to your nearest ticket agent
or address H. E. Watts, P. &
T. A., Moberly, Mo.
BANNER TELEPHONE CO.
Try our lines for all points in
Monroe county. Reasonable
Kates.
S. T. POLLAUD,
.Manage
DR. W. B. A. McNUTT
Pays special attention to diseases of women
and children. Office with Dr. Norton on
Summer St Telephone Residence No. 29.
Wood's Drug Store No. 59, Residence 3
blocks west of F. & M. Bank,
E. E. WEBB, Auctioneer.
Money is made In selling goods at good prlcos
and lttakesaflrst class auctioneer to bo that.
Give me the work and It Is done as the people
oftheBtateof Illinois will know. I have sold
many thousand of dollars worth of goods across
the river Enquire at the Dsmocrat office.
F. S. TURNER, M. D.
Physician. Surgeon and Accoucher. Makes
a specialty of Catarrh, Ear and Lung
Troubles. Office in New Proctor Block. Resf
dence 2nd St 1st door east B. O, Wood's
Low One Way Rates
to Northwest
VIA
Wabash Line
DURING THE MONTHS
OF MARCH AND APRIL
THE WABASH
WILL SELL
Cheap One Way Tickets
To Points in
Oregon, Washington, Idaho,
Montana, Utah, North
and South Dakota,
and other points
in Northwest.
For Full Information, Apply to Nearest
Ticket Agent or Address
H. E. WATTS
Pass. 4 Tkt. Agt., MOBERLY, M0.
AGNES McNEIL, D. O.
Graduate of American School of Osteopathy
Klrksvllle. Mo. Diseases both acute and
chronic are treated. Consultation free.
Office Main St. Proctor Building.
Palmyra Each Tueaday and Friday.
R. S. McCLINTIC.
Lawyer.
Will practice in ali courts.
Office over Monroe City Bank.
Dr. J. H. Hoi-laday.
Successor to W. W. Ritrhey.
Physician and surgeon. Special attention, giv
en to diseases of ear, nose, throat and
chronic cases, Office and residence over Yow
ell's harness shop. Phone 51.
ROBERT MERIWETHER,
Attorney at Law
Will practice in all courts. OrHce
Over F. & M. Bank. Notary Public
in office.
RAWS SSSNALLY
GUIDE
as CENTS
AQAMS SUMCAfifiL
J. It. DAWSON,
VETERINARY SURG ION
AND DENTIST.
of he Western Veterinary College,
Kansas City, Mo. Offle witn Dr.
Unoelsu Phone M.
R. L. WOODSON, Lawyer.
Will practice In all courts in the
Btate. Office over Caldwell's Res
taurant, Monroe City. Mo.
Farmers & Merchants Bank.
Do a general banking business, buy and
sell Exchange. Accounts of Farmers and
Merchants and others solicited. Absolute
security guaranteed to depositors.
8. North. Pres. W. K. P. Jackson Cashier.
W. T. Rutledge, Dentist
The saving of teeth a specialty. Office
in Redman block, over Variety
Store. Telephone 5tt.
Dr Arch E. Ely, Dentist,
Saving Natural Teeth a Specialty. Office In
Ely's Private Hospital, Corner Summer aad
Davis 8 Is.
ELY TELEPHONE CO.
Try our through Una f-om Monroe City, So
r.u.7'a. Mc. beyond 2... . Emerson, Nslaea
Tllle, Cherry Dell, LaBells. Meutlcello. New
Ark, Taylor, Maywood, Philadelphia, Warssa
SSr Quinsy S2e Hannibal fia. Quick V
vlee guaranteed.
H. DURST. Manager.
WAFREN TELEPHONE (30.
Try our line if you wish te reaeh
nd points north aeast of Monroe.
ai 9 ay points,
j. F. RBHSHAW, - Manas-.

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